Today, my first alarm rang at 5:35 am.
I ignored it… (Oops!)
My second alarm goes off.
At this point, I know I need to get up and start the day. I begin with the usual; get dressed, eat breakfast, make my lunch, brush my teeth and head out the door.
I’m in the car on my way to school and I realize that there’s actually light outside. It’s so weird, but nice to know that spring is almost here. Also, I expected to rain today considering there was a storm for maybe 2.56 minutes… Did you guys hear the thunder last night?
Currently we’re in zero period seminar with Mr. Madsen. Our assignment for today is to write down pretty much everything we’ve done in MSEL and what we’ve learned and what skill we used. I couldn’t remember anything for a good 10 minutes. Does that mean I have super-mega-short-term memory? Maybe… Anyway, I realized that for most of the juniors, this is our third year in MSEL. We’ve so far and it was fun trying to remember everything we’ve done. Juniors, go ahead, give yourself a pat on the back. Maybe a hug too, if you’re into that.
We’re currently reading Enrique’s Journey by Sonia Nazario. I don’t even know how to describe the book, but believe me. It’s a good read, I highly recommend it!
$0.50 for a cookie. Okay give me two please…
Engineering (MY FAVORITE PART OF THE DAY.)
The beginning of 3rd period is always hectic. I think it’s because at this time everyone has had a snack and we’re actually awake. We start the class by learning how to use some new tools.
We are “dismissed” and left to work on our spoons. Engineering Tech is my favorite class because we are really free to think outside of the box, no constraints on any ideas. Ms. Oropallo is always helping and showing us the best way to do things but she never really makes us do certain things. Everyone goes their own ways and completes their projects in different ways. We also aren’t confined to desks all day. So thank you Ms. O for being such an awesome teacher!
Today I will try to…
1. Do half of my drill sheet
2. Study for a math quiz
3. Study for an APES test
4. Not procrastinate…
I made a wish.
End of tutorial
I was confused 40% of the time. Graphing inverses, square roots, cube roots, not my thing.
12:25 – 1:05 pm
I studied water resources, am I cool yet?
Don’t answer that…
AP Environmental Science
Taking a test today. Yay for tests!
*I thought it was a smart idea to leave my backpack in a friend’s car and only carry my APES binder. I was wrong, I left most of my papers for this class in my backpack. I guess moral of the story: Don’t leave your backpack in a friend’s car.
I survived yet another day of highschool ! And if you’ve made it this far, congratulations!
No really, if you read everything up to this point we are officially best friends. If not, I’m questioning our friendship…
Question of the day: What is your favorite day and/or what is your favorite part of the day?
By: Sheila Conrado